Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi - William Raveis Real Estate & Homes Services



Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 7/20/2017


166 Ebenezer Road , Barnstable, MA

Osterville

Single-Family

$305,000
Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Light and bright 2 bedroom 2 full bath ranch with expansion potential. Inviting and spacious living room with wood burning fireplace and bay window; kitchen/dining room with hardwood floors, island, Silestone countertop, glass door cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Generous sized master bedroom with full private bath, second bedroom (currently set up as a den), and an updated main bath. Off the dining area you'll find a 16' deck that overlooks the patio and a private back yard. The full walkout basement has a slider and 3 windows for loads of natural light, two partially finished rooms, and is rough plumbed for a 3rd bathroom ~ so much potential! Bonus: The beautiful yard with perennials is a gardener's delight. Generator ready too!
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Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 7/19/2017


166 Ebenezer, Barnstable, MA 02655

Osterville

Single-Family

$305,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Gardener's delight found in this light and bright 2 bedroom 2 full bath ranch with expansion potential. The full walkout basement has a slider and 3 windows for loads of natural light, two partially finished rooms, and is rough plumbed for a 3rd bathroom ~ so much potential! Inviting and spacious living room with wood burning fireplace and bay window; kitchen/dining room with hardwood floors, island, Silestone countertop, glass door cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Generous sized master bedroom with full private bath, second bedroom (currently set up as a den), and an updated main bath. Off the dining area you'll find a 16' deck that overlooks the patio and a private back yard. Generator ready too!
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Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 7/19/2017

When it comes to making your home and property safer for your family and others, the Boy Scouts motto says it all: "Be prepared!"

While it's next to impossible to completely eliminate all risks and potential hazards in and around your home, there are dozens of things you can do to make your property safer.

Every family's safety needs are unique, but here are a few basic precautions that can help reduce the chances of home accidents occurring -- both large and small.

Stair safety: All things being equal, it's riskier to walk down a flight of stairs than it is to walk on level ground. While that may seem obvious, most people don't stop and think about the potential risks of descending stairs as they're about to do it. Although tripping and falling on stairs can be injurious to just about anyone, it's especially dangerous for elderly people. From a homeowner's standpoint, there are several things you can do to reduce the risk of family or friends stumbling on your stairs. On an ongoing basis, it's necessary to make sure there are no loose objects on the stairs that could cause someone to lose their footing. Keeping stairs clear of toys, building blocks, and slipping hazards can be challenging if you have young children. Until they're taught to pick up after themselves -- which might occur sometime between now and college -- stair safety is an important issue to be aware of. Another key strategy for preventing household accidents is to make sure railings are properly installed and firmly anchored. Basement stairs can pose additional risks because they're sometimes inadequately lighted. Concrete floors at the bottom of some staircases can make a fall even more hazardous (not to mention painful). Increasing lighting, if needed, and making the bottom step more visible so that it's not accidentally skipped, are two preventative measures for reducing the chances of anyone falling on basement stairs.

Fire safety: Most people are aware that it's essential to have several working smoke detectors placed in strategic locations in your kitchen, bedroom area, and other parts of your house. Even though it's common knowledge, people don't always remember to install enough of them, replace worn out batteries when necessary, or test them every few months to make sure they're in good working condition. Some people remove the battery to silence smoke alarms while they're cooking, which can be dangerous if they don't remember to put them back afterwards. If your kitchen smoke detector has a "push to hush" button, then that can be a safer way to temporarily quiet a smoke detector when you're cooking dinner. Home fire safety also entails several other precautions, including having a fire extinguisher in the kitchen (and other areas), having a second-floor fire-escape ladder available, and teaching children how to avoid and respond to potential fire dangers. More detailed information and educational materials on fire safety is available from government agencies and non-profit organizations like the American Red Cross and the National Fire Protection Association.

Stay tuned to this blog for more helpful tips, pointers, and ideas for keeping your home safer and more secure.





Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 7/16/2017


18 Spruce Grove Road , Harwich, MA 02645

East Harwich

Single-Family

$445,000
Price

6
Total Rooms
2
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Space and light abound. Morning sun filters through oversized windows, casting slivers of light that bathe the living room from floor to soaring ceiling. Lovingly designed and well-maintained by original owners, this custom home awaits you to enjoy as the current owners have for years. The flexible open floor plan invites and inspires. 3-season room and adjacent deck overlooks a private, wooded yard and patio. Crown molding, skylights, recessed lights, gas fireplace, central AC, central vacuum, 1st floor laundry, master bedroom with 2 full baths and walk-in closet, 2-car garage, easy-care vinyl siding, and walkout basement. What is not to love? Property has 2 BR + loft with 3 BR septic. Assessors records show 1554 sf but 1688 sf per building plan. Passing Title V for 3BRs.
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Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 7/16/2017


18 Spruce Grove, Harwich, MA 02645

East Harwich

Single-Family

$445,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Check back soon for new photos! Natural light bathes the home ~ Morning sun filters through over-sized windows, casting slivers of light in the living room, from floor to soaring ceiling. Lovingly designed and well-maintained by the original owners, this custom home awaits you to enjoy as the current owners have for years. The flexible open floor plan invites and inspires. 3-season room with adjacent deck overlooks a private, wooded yard and patio. Crown molding, skylights, recessed lights, gas fireplace, central AC, central vacuum, first floor laundry, master bedroom with 2 full baths and walk-in closet, 2-car garage, easy-care vinyl siding, and walkout basement to boot. What is not to love? Property currently has 2 bedrooms plus a loft, and 3 bedroom septic.
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